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Forming A China WFOE: Watching The Sausage Get Made.

Posted in Legal News

One of the most frustrating things about doing business in China is the paper work. The seemingly endless paper work…. I was cc’ed on an email the other day from one of our China lawyers to one of our clients.  The client had signed the documents required for a WFOE using the wrong ink.  The… Continue Reading

Five Things To Consider In Forming Your China Company. Plus The Most Important One Of All.

Posted in China Business

Very helpful post over at the always helpful International Business Law Advisor Blog.  The post is appropriately entitled, The 5 Key Factors You Must Consider When Establishing a Foreign Corporation and it lists out the following: Decide on Corporate Form:  The post talks of determining the right corporate form for the country in which you will be… Continue Reading

Forming A China WFOE. How Long Will That Be Going On?

Posted in China Business, Legal News

More from the Doing Business in China Seminar I co-moderated last week. My law firm does a considerable business in forming China WFOEs.  Unlike forming a company in the United States, which costs very little in out of pocket costs (always less than USD$1000) and takes almost no time at all (a few days at… Continue Reading

On Leasing A China Factory. Get WFOE.

Posted in Basics of China Business Law, Legal News

We received an email today from a China consultant with whom we have worked in the past. This consultant has a client who wants to lease a factory in China: We have a client whose business is exporting ___________ materials from China mostly to Eastern Europe. His clients are big __________ plants who always have… Continue Reading